Legal News
10 25 2020

Some articles of draft Decree No.72/2013/ND-CP regarding the management, provision and use of internet services and online information have come up against contrasting opinions, mostly from overseas companies providing related services in Vietnam. Talking to VIR’s Van Anh, managing director of the Asia Internet Coalition Jeff Paine clarified the problems that foreign suppliers may struggle with if the draft decree is approved.

10 20 2020

CEO of German tech giant Siemens AG and Chairman of the Asia-Pacific Committee for German Business (APA) Joe Kaeser has called upon German firms to invest in Vietnam as part of efforts to diversify supply chains.

10 15 2020

Vietnam is anticipated to see positive GDP growth of $340 billion by the end of 2020 which will help the country’s GDP exceed Singapore's, becoming the fourth-largest economy in Southeast Asia.

10 13 2020

The Government's 30 percent corporate income tax cut was a step in the right direction but it could have been more inclusive by offering support to small businesses that were in desperate need of cash due to the difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, said business leaders and industry experts.

10 12 2020

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has submitted a draft circular on 'Vietnamese products and goods' and 'products and goods made in Viet Nam'.

10 12 2020

Individuals will no longer be allowed to invest in real estate abroad if a new draft decree issued by the Ministry of Planning and Investment is approved.

10 08 2020

Vietnam stands out as the only ASEAN economy to achieve positive growth in 2020 and rebound to an 8.1 percent growth rate in 2021 – the highest in Asia, the Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) said in a recent report.

09 30 2020

The Government has directed the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) to add non-performing loan (NPL) settlement regulations under Resolution No.42/2017/QH14 into the revised Law on Credit Institutions, SBV’s deputy governor Nguyen Kim Anh said on Wednesday.

09 29 2020

Any business with a revenue of less than VND200 billion ($8.7 million) this year will see corporate income tax (CIT) cut by 30 per cent.

09 28 2020

The fresh incentives of the government are hoped to facilitate thousands of local startups which have been struggling to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.

09 26 2020

With the issuance of the ground-breaking Law on Public-Private Partnership Investment, private groups have voiced expectations for future guiding decrees, requesting to extend the risk-sharing mechanism to completed and ongoing projects.

09 24 2020

A draft decree being developed by the State Securities Commission to implement the amended Law on Securities may cause local banks to lose out on potential foreign investment.

09 24 2020

Around 10 gigawatts of offshore wind power could be in operation in Viet Nam by 2030, according to studies carried out by the Danish Energy Agency and the World Bank.

09 22 2020

The Ministry of Finance is collecting feedback on a draft circular to help market regulators oversee trading activities on the stock market.

09 19 2020

As private investment can play a significant role in increasing local power supply, experts have worked to find better mechanisms and policies to solve problems that have discouraged investment in the sector.

09 18 2020

COVID-19 has interrupted the country’s journey to become a high-performing economy, but the right structural adjustments could help get it back on track, according to McKinsey & Company, a leading US consultant firm.

09 17 2020

Viet Nam has been ranked second after the US on a list of the world's most active, dynamic and potential markets for merger and acquisition (M&A) deals this year.

09 17 2020

Free trade agreements (FTAs) that Vietnam has signed with its partners have been an important factor attracting foreign investments to the country.

09 14 2020

Viet Nam has become one of the world’s few economic bright spots attracting foreign investors, especially those from Australia, due to cheap labour, a young population, high education standards, and government incentive policies, experts have said.

09 11 2020

National electricity demand is expected to increase by 8.5 per cent a year until 2025 and 7 per cent until 2030, making Viet Nam an attractive market for foreign energy investors.



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